Demand & Supply Planner - Non Trade
About PVH Corp.
PVH is one of the most admired fashion and lifestyle companies in the world. We power brands that drive fashion forward for good.
Our brand portfolio includes the iconic CALVIN KLEIN, TOMMY HILFIGER, Van Heusen, IZOD, ARROW, Warner’s, Olga and Geoffrey Beene brands, as well as the digital-centric True&Co.
intimates brand. We market a variety of goods under these and other nationally and internationally known owned and licensed brands.
PVH has over 40,000 associates operating in over 40 countries and $9.9 billion in annual revenues. That's the Power of Us.
That’s the Power of PVH.
The Demand and Supply Planner joins the Procurement department and reports to the Supply Chain Manager. The team takes care of Non-Trade materials (e.
g. store furnishings and packaging materials) for Calvin Klein Europe and Tommy Hilfiger. Focus is on planning, inventory, and order and 4PL management.
The team is in close collaboration with its key stakeholders, which are the store / shop-in-shop development teams, Visual Merchandising, the warehouse and logistics provider, and finance.
The 3 roles within the team each have a different focus, but are structured in a way that each can function as a backup for the other roles.
This role is responsible for the Consumables (bags, gift boxes) and Non Consumables (hangers, mannequins) categories within the Tommy Hilfiger brand.
Your key purpose is to further develop the demand and supply planning process, act as a first line of support to your planning team member, and help build the capabilities within the team.
Key Responsibilities :
S&OP process development (30% of the role)
Lead the evolution of EMEA demand planning strategies, goals, processes, systems, metrics and capabilities to meet ongoing business requirements
Develop supply planning process to increase product availability while minimizing inventory
Create buy in, commitment and engagement within the stakeholder group
Maintain and develop demand planning tools (systems, RACI's, meeting templates, calendars)
Follow market and business trends to ensure a critical assessment of forecasts
Report, review and continuously improve forecast accuracy (FA% and Bias %)
Develop team capabilities
Demand planning (50% of the role)
Maintaining forecast KPI, evolution and accuracy reporting
Develop and generate on a monthly basis 12 month forecast (based on statistics, seasonality / trends and forward insights gained via stakeholders and in line with overall strategy)
Collaborate with key stakeholders to get essential inputs and reach cross-functional consensus on forecast and stock strategy
Prepare and lead demand planning meetings as part of the demand planning process
Ensure timely handover of consensus forecast into supply planning process
Supply planning (15% of the role)
Drive the replenishment strategy in collaboration with key stakeholders
Run, analyze, and share weekly report on availability issues, with a forward view of 3 months (identify and resolve supply shortfalls & backlogs)
Weekly order placement
Prepare and lead bi-weekly availability meeting as part of the supply planning process
Inventory risk management (5% of the role)
Perform monthly analysis on inventory risks and propose mitigation plans
Preparation and lead of the monthly Inventory Review
Coordinate scrapping and write off activities
Order management, as a back-up capability
The Ideal Candidate :
4-7 years’ of related work experience
BASc+ level in Business Administration, Supply Chain Management or equivalent
Experience with Sales & Operations Planning or Integrated Business Planning processes
Excellent understanding of demand planning concepts and methodologies
Can align with PVH strategy and is able to translate this down to Supply Chain impact
Strong presentation skills and stakeholder management
Strong analytical skills, organizational skills
Can quickly and concisely state the problem (at the executive level) and identify root cause and solutions
Demonstrated creative problem-solving experience, effective risk mitigation and able to facilitate a change process
Preferably people from a multinational, fast-paced, complex environment
Excellent command of English language (written & spoken)
Strong Excel skills and proficient in powerpoint
What You Can Expect from Us :
A beautiful state-of-the-art Campus, complete with our very own People's Place Gym and People's Place Cafés
A company culture that fosters development, offering training and learning opportunities through our very own PVH University
An international environment which respects diversity, equality, and individuality
A smart work program that empowers our associates to work at their preferred location within a flexible schedule
A chance to unwind with weekly social activities
Please include a cover letter with your application. We would love to know why this is THE role for you!
PVH Europe and our brands, TOMMY HILFIGER and CALVIN KLEIN, are committed to fostering an inclusive and diverse community of associates with a strong sense of belonging.
We believe we are bettered by all forms of diversity, and take pride in working with top talent from every walk of life and corner of the world.
In the spirit of inclusivity, qualified applicants will be considered without regard to age, ethnicity, ability, gender, gender expression, gender identity, nationality, race, religion or sexual orientation.